Sony announced several new PS4 games earlier today at the Paris Games Week event. Many of the games are exclusive to the platform.
An interesting announcement was the revealing of GT Sport. This game is not Gran Turismo 7, but is still being developed by Polyphony Digital. A beta test for this new racer will be held in early 2016. The game itself will be out later in 2016.
Quantic Dream also announced its new game called "Detroit". This game brings back the android called Kara which was only featured in a tech demo back in 2012. The character will now star in her very own game on PS4.
Elsewhere in the press conference, Until Dawn: Blood Rush was announced as a PlayStation VR exclusive. It's different from the original game thanks to the new perspective. Tekken 7 was also confirmed to be releasing for the PS4. That's not all, the game will also support the PlayStation VR headset too.
Some other big news is that bikes are getting included in Driveclub. It's an expansion that will be available today. It was also revealed that No Man's Sky will be released by June 2016.
This is just a small fraction of the things that were announced by Sony. The PS4 is set to have a very busy 2016 with all these games coming out.